Barbara Ransby
Curriculum Vitae

Personal: 

 

Rank:

Professor of History and African-American Studies

Address:

Department of History (m/c 198)
913 University Hall
601 S. Morgan St.
Chicago, IL 60607-7109
Phone: (312) 996-2961

E-Mail: bransby@uic.edu


Education:



Ph.D.Spring 1996 Department of HistoryUniversity of Michigan
MA1987Department of HistoryUniversity of Michigan
BA1980-1984History (with Honors)Columbia University, New York

Academic Positions: 

2002--Associate Professor, Department of History & the Department of African-American Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago
1996-2002Assistant Professor, Department of History & the Department of African-American Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago
1995-1996Director of the Center for African American Research and Assistant Professor of History, DePaul University, Chicago, IL
1992-1995Instructor of History, DePaul University, Chicago, IL
1989 (Fall) Instructor, Center for Afro-American and African Studies, University of Michigan

 

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Academic Awards and Community Service: 




1999-2000Postdoctoral Ford Foundation Fellow
1998-1999

Fellow, Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy, University of Illinois at Chicago

Summer 1999 University of Illinois Summer Teaching Enhancement Grant
November 1998 Grant Recipient, Rockefeller Foundation Community Building Grant, "A Community-University Dialogue Series on Democracy, Diversity and Directions for the Next Millennium."
1998-2000 Committee Member, Elections Committee, University of Illinois at Chicago
1997-1999
Committee Member, Committee on the Status of Status of Women in the Historical Profession, Organization of American Historians
Summer 1997Summer Fellowship Award, University of Illinois at Chicago's Race and Comparative Public Policy Institute. .
Spring 1997Grant Recipient. University of Illinois at Chicago Great Cities Seed Fund for the Ida B. Wells Forum Communiversity: A Series of dialogues beween academics and community members on reserach and policy issues. .
Fall 1996Grant Recipient. University of Illinois at Chicago, Office of Social Science Research Seed Fund Research Initiative-a grant for reserach & travel
1993 Summer Faculty Research Award. DePaul University School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
1990Graduate Student Research Grant under auspices of Ford Foundation and Center for Afro-American and African Studies, University of Michigan
1986-1990
Michigan Minority Merit Fellowship, University of Michigan Rackam Graduate School Fellowships
1984-1986National Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities, Woodrow Wilson Fellowships Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey
  

 

Memberships and Affiliations: 


Department of History